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Tuesday, October 20 • 10:20am - 10:50am
Making Threat Modeling Work Across Industrial Product Verticals

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This session talks about the different requirements and styles of threat modeling across the businesses (power vs. healthcare vs. aviation  vs. digital) and talks about the inadequacies of existing threat modeling software for industrial products space (e.g., controllers, turbines, energy management software, avionics platforms, healthcare imaging).

This session will address:
  • Product security and secure development frameworks for industrial products
  • How threat modeling is typically done for software - and specific examples of why it doesn’t work for industrial systems, such as controllers
  • An overview of principles that GE Global Research learned from making threat modeling in various verticals (power, aviation, healthcare, renewables, digital).

Speakers
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Dr. Kenneth G. Crowther

Product Security Leader, Xylem
Dr. Kenneth G. Crowther is the Product Security Leader for Xylem. He was previously Product Security Leader for GE Global Research.He teaches applied quantitative risk management at the University of Virginia and Georgetown University, served as the Chair of Attack and Disaster Preparedness... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2020 10:20am - 10:50am EDT
Main Stage
  Main Track
  • about Dr. Kenneth G. Crowther is the Product Security Leader for GE Global Research and manager for the corporate product security program. He teaches applied quantitative risk management at the University of Virginia and Georgetown University, served as the Chair of Attack and Disaster Preparedness Track of the IEEE Homeland Security Technology Conference, as the Assistant Engineering Area Editor for the journal Risk Analysis, as Chair of the Engineering and Infrastructure and the Security and Defense Specialty Groups of the Society for Risk Analysis, and on the Board of Directors of the Security Analysis and Risk Management Association. Dr. Crowther holds a PhD in Systems and Information Engineering from the University of Virginia and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University.